Jack’s review published on Letterboxd:
You Don’t Nomi is an exploration of the aftermath of Showgirls, touching on many people’s varying reactions to the film and the later impact it would come to have. It’s not the rudimentary “this famously trashed movie doesn’t suck and here’s my hour and a half long explanation why” type of film doc; rather, McHale wants his audience to see this cult classic from the eyes of someone they maybe don’t agree with — whether that be from someone who hates the film or someone who loves it. It’s quite an eye-opening experience and one that’s also a helluva good time. Definitely a must-watch for any fans of Showgirls or of Paul Verhoeven in general!